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Old 01-19-2013, 04:18 PM   #1
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A hesitation!

Hey so my 02 v6 mustang has a hesitation sometimes it only does it when it's cruising around 45-60 and when the the over drive is off and it does it I just hit the button (O/D on or off) and it will go away its not a big problem but its just a wonder of what is making it do that?
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a hesitation at those speeds and when turning the o/d button on is pretty normal.
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I think he's saying the only way it fixes is when he cycles the o/d but he has the problem even when o/d is off
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could just be time to do a little clean up then...

-spray the maf
-spray the IAC
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i mean even a dirty air filter could do it....wish i was there so i could take it for a spin and see what it does.
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could just be time to do a little clean up then...

-spray the maf
-spray the IAC
-seafoam

i mean even a dirty air filter could do it....wish i was there so i could take it for a spin and see what it does.
Lol and yeah what that other guys said it just acts like it don't wanna go but I throw the gas to it and it stops for a bit but that's how I get it to go away
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